I am not a copywriter, but I do copywrite!

I do not want to copywrite, but copywriters do.

I am one of the many people who has taken up copywriting to help my career progress.

In fact, I have even written a few articles and short stories that have helped my career.

It is my passion to share my story, and to help others to do the same.

I hope that my work can inspire others to be better copywriters and to learn how to copy.

This is my first post for The Lad and I am honored to share it.

Here is my resume. 

I have been in the copywriting industry since I was a young child.

I have been a copywriting teacher, a copy editor, and a copy writer.

I also have a copy writing business.

I graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in Writing with an emphasis in copy writing. 

Before I was hired as a copyeditor, I worked for a small company in Michigan.

I was there for five years, teaching for about two years.

I would go on to teach copywriting for about five years at my own company and a number of smaller companies, including The Lad Bookstore in Chicago. 

When I joined The Lad, I was excited to work with so many wonderful people.

I had been thinking of starting a business since I started school.

After I graduated, I decided to work at The Lad.

I started working in my own copywriting business, and I have always had an open mind to the business of copywriting.

I began by teaching copywriting courses, which are based on the principles of copy writing and copy editing.

I used to take classes on a regular basis, and they were great, but after a while I realized that the lessons were very superficial.

I did not really understand the core principles of how to learn, and so I began to do more work in my free time. 

Today, I am a copyediting teacher, and that means that I work with students in the creative industries. 

As I started to look at other copyeditors and copywriters, I began realizing that I had some of the same skills and knowledge.

My goal in teaching is to help students learn to read, understand and produce copy.

I try to teach them to work from a place of love, not a place that has to do with money or profit. 

At The Lad I try not to do what is wrong with the world.

I do the best that I can to provide students with a great experience, and hopefully a successful one. 

 What does this all mean for you?

As you can see from my resume, I do have a long career and a great career.

I can look back on my many years at The Lads and think that I am fortunate to be in a position where I have had the opportunity to be involved in some great work.

I love teaching and teaching copyedits.

I like helping students learn about writing, how to write and how to create good copy. 

You can find me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/david.grizzell.